Mercy Medical Center – Birthplace & Outpatient Surgery Center

Precast concrete innovations recognized in PCI Design Awards

A dramatic population influx as a result of the North Dakota oil boom was placing extreme pressure on the limited medical facilities of Williston’s Mercy Medical Center and its twenty-five-bed capacity. Davis Partnership Architects designed a freestanding twenty-three-hour ambulatory surgery and birthing center to help off-load the increased patient volume and expand the facility’s long-term service to the Williston community. This fast-track, design-through-construction schedule was achieved in fifteen months, and since its completion, the BirthPlace at Mercy and Outpatient Surgery Center has been recognized as a finalist in the 51st  Annual PCI Design Awards for outstanding use of precast concrete. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Healthcare
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture

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